Mark Bradford’s Help Us

Mark Bradford, “Help Us.” 2008. Courtesy the Artist and Sikemma Jenkins.

On view now at the Carnegie International’s Life on Mars exhibition is Mark Bradford’s (Season 4) rooftop installation Help Us, a white stone sculpture that is theoretically visible from Google Earth.

The 55th Carnegie International at the Carnegie Museum of Art runs through January 11, 2009 and recognizes the work of forty emerging and established artists, including Art:21’s Vija Celmins (Season 2), Barry McGee and Mike Kelley (both Season 1).


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  2. Jeanne Hoel says:

    Thank goodness for Mark Bradford, and for the way his work and goals are made accessible in his Art:21 segment. I would like to make it “required reading” for every kid in Los Angeles. Everybody needs a hero!

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  3. Thanks, Jeanne! Have you seen the exclusive new web video we made about Mark here?

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